“But Still Tomorrow Builds into My Face”: exploring history, conflict and identity at Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai


A group exhibition revisits the disappearance and loss of cultural and other types of heritage in the Middle East.

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“Digging a Hole in China”: exploring Land Art in the context of Chinese contemporary art


Group show “Digging a Hole in China” at OCAT Shenzhen investigates the “potential of land” when facing political and economical issues of globalisation, property and production.

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Social Fabric curated by David Elliott: Kwan Sheung Chi and Mariana Hahn at MILL6 Foundation


Identity and history come under scrutiny in a quietly gripping Hong Kong exhibition by Mariana Hahn and homegrown star artist Kwan Sheung Chi.

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“Letters to Chantri #1”: Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai at S.M.A.K. in Belgium


Controversial Buddhist sect provides genesis for immersive installation’s purification ritual in “Letters to Chantri #1” by Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai at S.M.A.K. in Belgium.

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“Extravagant Imagination, The Wonder of Idleness”: 7 young Chinese artists at MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai


Curated by Lu Mingjun, “Extravagant Imagination, The Wonder of Idleness” at Xu Zhen’s MadeIn Gallery in Shanghai brings together seven young Chinese artists who bridge the past and present.

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Re-writing History and Shifting Dioramas: Singaporean artist Green Zeng – in conversation


Photographed weeks prior to the 2015 Jubilee celebration, Green Zeng’s photos of Singapore’s electoral constituencies run parallel to the country’s ongoing understanding and negotiation of its identity.

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‘Vertigo Sea’: Ghanaian-British filmmaker John Akomfrah – interview


Art Radar speaks with John Akomfrah to learn about how he got his start as a filmmaker, the power of biennials, what’s he’s currently working on and what filmmakers he follows.

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BMW Art Journey 2016 announces Hong Kong shortlist


The BMW Art Journey announced the 2016 shortlist at Art Basel Hong Kong.

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